Phoenix AZ Airports

Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport

The Radisson Fort McDowell Resort & Casino is an ideal choice when looking for hotels near Phoenix AZ airports, having many options an hour or less away.

Scottsdale Airport
Scottsdale Airport (SDL) is a general aviation reliever facility with no commercial commuter or airline service and is home to many of the Valley's corporate aircraft. Scottsdale Airport began in June 22, 1942, as Thunderbird Field II, a basic training facility for World War II Army Air Corps pilots. Today, the outstanding facilities of the Airport, along with life and the amenities of the Scottsdale area have attracted a large number of businesses that desire to locate on or near the Airport.

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Falcon Field Airport
Falcon Field (FFZ) was originally opened in 1941 as a pilot training facility for the British Royal Air Force during WWII. Now, this is one of the busiest general aviation airports in the United States. It is also home to more than 110 businesses, and employs over 1,000 people. Falcon Field was the recipient of the “2010 Arizona Airport of the Year Award”.

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Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Established in 1928 with one runway, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is now Arizona's largest and busiest airport, and the largest commercial airport in the American Southwest. The airport is the primary regional hub and gateway for Mexican and Hawaiian departures for US Airways and is the third-largest focus city for Southwest Airlines. US Airways and Southwest are the airport's two largest carriers.

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Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (IATA: AZA, ICAO: KIWA, FAA: IWA) in Mesa, offers just plane easy® travel to more than 40 destinations on two airlines: Allegiant and Spirit. Gateway’s Charles L. Williams Passenger Terminal features free Wi-Fi, Paradise Bakery and Café, Copper Plate – An American Grill, The Phoenix, and more! While you wait to board your flight, relax in our Fergie and Feller Field outdoor courtyard or let your furry friend enjoy our pet area.

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Gateway contributes $685 million annually to the Arizona economy and is developing as an international aerospace center. In addition to the area’s skilled labor force, excellent year-round flying weather, three expansive runways averaging 10,000 feet, and access to international markets, Gateway’s assets make it a prime location for global-minded companies.

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Chandler Municipal Airport
Chandler Municipal Airport (CHD) is situated in southeastern Metropolitan Phoenix. It is an excellent business airport; a base for charter, transport, and sightseeing excursions; and is home to world-class training institutions. Chandler Municipal is among the nation’s busiest general aviation airports with nearly 160,000 operations each year.

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